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Do you think artificial intelligence – having computers and algorithms offer advice in bail and sentencing decisions – holds promise for eliminating bias from those decisions? If you’re doubtful, ...

Judges remain skeptical on whether artificial intelligence can make decisions more fairly than they can

Do you think artificial intelligence – having computers and algorithms offer advice in bail and sentencing decisions – holds promise for eliminating bias from those decisions? If you’re doubtful, ...

Just in time for some “Grinch-mas” holiday fun, our December Question of the Month asked NJC judges to calculate how many laws, ordinances, regulations, etc. the Grinch (or the Whos) violate in Dr. Seu...

Arraigning the Grinch

Just in time for some “Grinch-mas” holiday fun, our December Question of the Month asked NJC judges to calculate how many laws, ordinances, regulations, etc. the Grinch (or the Whos) violate in Dr. Seu...

If a judge has the option under the law of ordering restitution, there’s an excellent chance it will happen. That’s the major takeaway from our November Question of the Month, sent just before Thanksg...

Demand restitution, you’re likely to get it

If a judge has the option under the law of ordering restitution, there’s an excellent chance it will happen. That’s the major takeaway from our November Question of the Month, sent just before Thanksg...

Judges remain skeptical on whether artificial intelligence can make decisions more fairly than they can

Demand restitution, you’re likely to get it

Judges are divided on mandatory retirement for the judiciary

Here’s how often trial judges disagree with a jury’s verdict

Here are the courses judges most wish the NJC would offer

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